Dong is ready to increase risk in Asia

Wind turbine farms in Dong's future venture market of Southeast Asia have a more risky profile than projects back home, says head of offshore wind at Dong Energy.

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Last week, Dong Energy was beaten by Vattenfall for the rights to offshore wind farm Kriegers Flak. On the other hand, the Danish energy company is in a strong position to win projects on the other side of the globe. As an offshore wind pioneer, the company has established a solid base in Taiwan, which has ambitions to build 4 GW offshore wind by 2030. However constructing wind turbines off of the island state is not without its risks.

This is according to Danish daily Børsen.

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